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The Independent and Interactive Effects of Embodied-Agent Appearance and Behavior on Self-Report, Cognitive, and Behavioral Markers of Copresence in Immersive Virtual Environments
- J. Bailenson, Kimberly R. Swinth, Crystal L. Hoyt, S. Persky, Alex Dimov, J. Blascovich
- PsychologyPresence: Teleoperators & Virtual Environments
- 1 August 2005
Copresence was lowest when there was a large mismatch between the appearance and behavioral realism of an embodied agent, suggesting that assessing the impact of behavioral realism on copresence without taking into account the appearance of the embodied agent can lead to misleading conclusions.